Sea to Sky Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and chords of some favourites printed out. While this was going on, right behind us the rowdy Kelowna boys were fooling around, and I honestly cannot remember what exactly they were doing. This bus ride was definitely lively.
We were already delayed by a couple hours from when we were expecting to arrive, when our bus decides to break down. This same thing happened to me the last time I was on a bus to Squamish. Fortunately this time though, the back up bus arrived ...
... itself after the great fire of 1889. Below ground are subterranean storefronts and buildings with a lot of artifacts from the era. It's a fairly rugged trek though the underground tunnels, which are a result of the city's desire to improve the sewage system (we learned a lot about poopy problems) and appease retailers to rebuild after the fire immediately instead of waiting a decade to improve the infrastructure first. We ...
... issue here just as in any other major city (possible more than Melbourne but less than I noticed in Seattle) I was always under the impression that Canada had better social services than its neighbour but I might be wrong.
Anyway - what of Vancouver? Overall - we liked it! As we only had 2 days in the city we decided to base the choice of sightseeing on the weather. Saturday was the pick of the days so we reserved that for Stanley Park and ...
*3 pairs of socks
*giant beach hat (it folds well enough and since I already had one I figured I'd just bring it instead of having to buy a new one in Thailand)
Some more generic photos of how it all fits together, although I won't go into much detail about that because where I put things is sort of a complicated mess that I understand and that's what is important.
... and lunch; a lamb burger for me and Gorgonzola pizza for Pete. There are so many things to see and do in Vancouver but we couldn't deal with the madness. Now we are in the comfort of the Honey Badger for the afternoon. And it is the first park that has GREAT WiFi. I can even stream. Tonight we are meeting Jeff at a place called Prontos near where he lives. Since he is young he has suggested 8:30 which is usually one hour from our bedtime! But we are looking forward to seeing ...